Trekking along the red trail from Wołosate to the highest peaks in the Western Bieszczady by Rozsypaniec (1280 m), Halicz (1333 m) to Tarnica (1346 m). It was supposed to be the most beautiful day during our stay in the mountains according to the weather forecast. It was perfect. Warmth - about 23-24 Celsius degrees, sunny, light cloudiness and not very strong wind. This is one of the most beautiful trails in the Bieszczady Mountains. The length of the route is almost 20 km, trekking time 6 hours 20 minutes, the sum of approaches and descents is 876 m.
Ruins of the church and cemetery in Wołosate. the wooden church of the Great Martyr Dymitr from 1837 was formerly here. Wolosate before World War II population of over 1,000 residents - currently less than 50 people.
We followed the red trail from Wołosate to the Bukowska Pass.
The trekking trail leads all the way along the road from Wołosate to Bukowska Pass (1107 m).
Wołosatka Stream. The five-axis stabilization of the sensor in the camera allows you not to carry a tripod. Such photos can be taken from the hand. Long exposure photo without a tripod. Parameters of this photo: ISO 200, time: 1/10, f8.0, focal length 24 mm.
View from the red trekking trail.
Połonina Bukowska is a long mountain glade from Kopa Bukowska through Halicz, Rozsypaniec, Przełęcz Bukowska to Kińczyk Bukowski. Picture from the Rozsypaniec slope towards Kińczyk Bukowski (1250 m).
Halicz (1333 m) is the third highest peak in the Polish Bieszczady Mountains. The red hiking trail through Polonina Bukowska leads to its peak.
The trekking route to Tarnica via Rozsypaniec and Halicz is one of the most beautiful routes in the Bieszczady Mountains. View from the Halicz peak (1333 m).
Bieszczady landscape - view of Halicz and Rozsypaniec from the mountain shelter on the Goprowska Pass.
View from Tarnica to the north-west towards Połonina Caryńska and Wetlińska.
Late afternoon at the top of Tarnica. Sunny, windy, empty and beautiful views from the highest peak of the Bieszczady Mountains.
Panorama of the Western Bieszczady. Black and white photo taken from the top of Tarnica.
Rozsypaniec (1280 m) - the summit in the Bieszczady National Park.
A view to the west from the peak of Tarnica.
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We stayed here:
An agrotouristic farm (rural guesthouse) and a center of horse tourism in the Bieszczady Mountains
Chmiel 28, 38-713 Lutowiska, Poland
People with passion, great place, nice rooms, very good food!
If you like mountains, wild nature and horse riding - you must come here!
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